Nate Is Gone, But Rain Chances Remain

Casey Dawson
October 10, 2017

Rain will be possible through Sunday night.

Columbus Day Monday will be a wet one.

It looks like sunshine finally returns to the area with mostly sunny conditions Saturday and Sunday.

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It will not rain all day today. Nate will have moved off to our east, but wrap around rain will continue to affect our area in the morning and afternoon hours. Rainfall amounts should be near or less than a half-inch. As a result, a high chance of showers and thunderstorms will continue into Wednesday. Highs on Monday will reach into the mid-70s with overnight lows falling into the mid-60s.

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In all, we are expecting 0.75 to 1.5 inches, with a southeast to northwest gradient.

Wednesday: Partly cloudy, less humid, cooler.

Meanwhile, Gartner said a high-pressure system on the Atlantic Coast will keep temperatures unseasonably warm with a high of 78 expected today and a high of 80 on Tuesday. While that's certainly cooler than where we will start the week and closer to normal, it's still actually a bit above our mid-October average. There will just a few spotty lingering showers and areas of drizzle left late this afternoon into this evening.

A weak disturbance will approach the area from the west later Wednesday into Wednesday night, likely accompanied by some light rain or some scattered rain showers.

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